Projects delivered

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VRATISLAVIA MEDICA ST. JOHN PAUL II HOSPITAL, THE WROCŁAW CENTER FOR REHABILITATION AND SPORTS MEDICINE

application: fire-safe doors
general contractor: Autorska Pracownia Architektury Hubka

The new headquarters of the well-known Wrocław Centre for Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine is one of the most modern medical facilities in Poland. It was awarded distinctions in the category "Public Building" in the architectural competition Beautiful Wrocław 2018. A three-storey building with an area of almost 13,000 m2 houses a healthcare centre with a modern operating suite, rehabilitation areas and a hydro-kinetic therapy pool. POLFLAM® glass, class EI 60 was used in the fire-safe doors of this building.

THE RAFFLES EUROPEJSKI HOTEL, WARSZAWA

application: skylights
architectural design of the reconstruction: SUD Architects

The Europejski Hotel, which opened for the first time in 1857, is one of the icons of Warsaw and one of the most valued hotels in Poland and in Europe. In the years 2013-2018, it was thoroughly renovated: in accordance with the rules of conservation art and, at the same time, with the use of the state-of-the-art solutions of modern architecture.
POLFLAM® H EI 30 glass was used in the hotel’s skylights which provide more light to the hotel kitchen, overlooking the green patio above the ballroom.

OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE BUILDING D + H POLSKA, WROCŁAW

application: interior glazing, fire-resistant doors
architectural design: Point Co. Ltd. Pracownia Projektowa sp. z o.o.

The new headquarters of D + H Polska is a two-storey facility with over 700 sq m of office space and a 400 sq m warehouse. The design contains the most advanced solutions in the field of fire protection.
POLFLAM® BR glass, class EI 30 was applied in glazing partitions separating two conference rooms. In one of them, intelligent LCD glass has been applied as an extra glass panel, allowing to obtain, if necessary, the effect of opaque glass.

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